12 Amagansett Sq., Amagansett
Caribbean-inspired Doubles is great for curry roti and plantains—plus fried chicken sandwiches, smash burgers, and fruit smoothies.
237 Main St., Amagansett
Brooklyn-based Fini Pizza has a new outpost in Amagansett. Grab New York- or Sicilian-style slices—the pepperoni and long hot shallot are especially good—or take home a whole pie.
140 Main St., Amagansett
Owner Elizabeth Eichner’s background is in set design, which puts the contents of her enviably chic shop into beautiful context: The bulk of the assortment is sourced from artisans, makers, and designers she’s met through her work travels.
Il Buco Vita
225 Main St., Amagansett
If you’ve ever returned from Rome with a suitcase devoted entirely to Italianate tabletop accessories and tablecloths, Il Buco Vita is for you. The Il Buco group has expanded beyond Manhattan with a new restaurant in the Hamptons, alongside this café-meets-homeware mecca. Get going with an espresso from the cute café in the store doorway before loading your basket with glasses, trays, and ceramics from Italian producers, plus some classic treasures from John Derian. Images courtesy of Noe DeWitt.
Il Buco Al Mare
231 Main St., Amagansett
NYC staple Il Buco has landed in East Hampton. In a nod to Il Buco’s sister restaurant in Ibiza, Bottega il Buco, you’ll notice tinned fish like Spanish anchovies, grilled whole mackerel, and tons more seafood goodness on the menu. Reservations essential.
273 Main St., Amagansett
The Roundtree may be a newish addition to the Hamptons’ hotel scene, but the building itself dates back to the 17th century. Every detail at this meticulously restored property is a nostalgic nod to what we all imagine the Hamptons was like way back when. Traditional clapboard, working fireplaces, brown shingled barns, and a proper s’mores station come nightfall all contribute to a laidback, comfortable vibe. Choose between suites or cottages of various sizes (ideal for those vacationing with kids), take advantage of walking to dinner (hello, Wölffer Kitchen), and chill. Images courtesy of The Roundtree.
Stony Hill Stables
268 Town Ln., Amagansett
Sportsmanship, fresh air, plenty of riding time, and fun off-horse activities are all part of Stony Hill’s five-day camp program. Stony Hill offers four camp levels—from pony camp to cantering—as well as extended camp and private lessons. Kids as young as four can start to learn the basics of riding, along with grooming and care—all on ten gorgeous acres in Amagansett. Stony Hill has been the East End equestrian outpost for over fifty years, training riders and boarding animals, in addition to building out a stacked roster of coaches and trainers available for private lessons. Image courtesy of Anastasiya Pavlova.
4 Amagansett Sq., Amagansett
Retail throughout the Hamptons has always been on point, but every summer, a bigger, better assortment has us swiping our cards with regrettable frequency. Ulla Johnson—queen of the chic ruffle and billowing sleeve—has opened her second brick-and-mortar store in Amagansett Square. The store has the same warm, treasure-chest feel as the Bleecker Street location, complete with Moroccan rugs, plenty of leather poufs, and jugs of wildflowers complementing the main event: those dresses. Prepare to leave laden with Johnson’s signature tied-with-a-ribbon blush bags.
195 Main St., Amagansett
Rosie's is set to become a mandatory all-day spot in the Hamptons. And indeed, après a long, salty day on the sand and in the water, mussels in a cider broth, blistered chicken, and chilled rosé set us straight.
74A Montauk Hwy., Amagansett
Produce from their own nearby gardens, sangrias on tap, and an extensive margarita menu with bold flavors like prickly pear are on the menu.